On very short notice, a group of friends an me went to Istria over the weekend on occassion of a stag party. On our way back, we stopped at the (rather short) Adriatic coast of Slovenia, and visited the picturesque city of Piran. Continue reading Slovenia’s Gateway to the Adriatic Sea
From Kotor, I joined a kayak tour on the Rijeka Crnojevića organized by Kayak Montenegro. Continue reading Kayak Montenegro, or: Never be bored!
My guide book does not really promote the Montenegrin capital very well. However, as I passed through for the third time, I decided it was time for a short stroll through the city. So, I spent just over two hours exploring Podgorica. Continue reading Europe’s Least Interesting Capital
My last stop in the Montenegrin mountains was in Plav, amidst the Prokletije mountains. Continue reading All good Mountains come in Threes
Who would have thought that the deepest gorge in Europe is located in Montenegro? I only learned that from my guide book, and immediately decided to visit it. Continue reading Europe’s Deepest Gorge
Durmitor National Park ist one of the most beautiful regions of the Montenegrin mountains – or, at least, one of the most visited: Daily, hundreds of tourists are taken here by bus from the coast. At Crno Jezero, they get out for maybe half an hour, before returning back to the coast. However, there is much more to explore here! Continue reading About Black and Other Lakes
In order to get from Kolašin to the coast, you can either take the bus/car through Morača Canyon, or the train high above it. Continue reading Travelling on Titos Mountain Train
I spent my first two nights in Montenegro in Kolašin, which is situated between the Bjelasica mountains in the North, and the Komovi mountains in the South. Surprisingly enough, this town is hardly touristy at all, despite its great location. Continue reading First Contact with the “Black Mountains”